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office wall organizers + 5 bedroom essentials under $50

by Grace Bonney



If you’re blessed with a cramped apartment like I am, you surely understand the importance of using wall space as much as possible. Flat storage surfaces can be a luxury in a tiny apartment or home and if yours are limited, you need to leave them clear for actual working. Rather than cluttering your desktop or bringing in another clunky file cabinet (why are there no cute file cabinets?), the best option is often to use a wall organizer to keep things tidy and close at hand. Today I’ve rounded up 25 of my favorite options for keeping your office clean over at MyLifeScoop. Whether you’re looking for something modern and plastic or rustic and wooden, I’ve done my best to cover a range of styles, needs and prices (most of the choices are well under $100). I’m taking a little break from posting there this fall, so if you missed any of the posts I did earlier this year (there are nine roundups in the archives), click here to check them out.


Speaking of cramped spaces, AC and I are getting tired of ours and considering moving. This means I’m already excited about the idea of changing up our home color palette. As much as I love our red accents, I’m dying to go in another direction. I’ve been wanting to try a gray and yellow theme in the bedroom and today D*S editor Amy Azzarito has started my search for me (without knowing it). Amy wrote a new post for the Design*Sponge page at Currency on “Five Bedroom Essentials Under $50” and the colors are right up my alley. Especially the stripes — the post is making me want a set of Dwell Studio’s Draper Stripe bedding all over again. If you’re in the market for some affordable bedroom basics, click here to check out Amy’s full post and the sourcing for all five objects. xo, grace

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